Posts Tagged ‘chevy’

Only In Marin: Presenting the MCRC (Marin Coupe & Roadster Car Club) on the GGB – A 1957 Chevy Coupe

Friday, December 19th, 2014

58 years young:

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Bitchin’ ‘Maro, Masonic

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

Chevrolet Camaro, that is:

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That’s what people at my high school would have called this car, anyway…

(South) San Francisco World Series Fan: Chevy + Dubs = SF Giants Love

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Another one from San Francisco photographer James Corrigan:

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If Steven Spielberg Drove Nancy Pelosi and a Dog on Nancy Pelosi Drive in a Classic Corvette…

Monday, October 13th, 2014

I learned my lesson on this one, which didn’t actually depict the people mentioned in the headline:

If Bob Dylan and Cyndi Lauper Drove Up Haight Street in a Beat Up Corvair Convertible…

So I’ll say that Nancy Pelosi and Steven Spielberg didn’t actually go tooling about Golden Gate Park in a red Chevy convertible yesterday.

But if they ever do, it’ll look something like this:

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California… knows how to party
California… knows how to party

Electric Car Owners are the Worst Parkers in the World – Whose Sidewalk? MY SIDEWALK!

Wednesday, August 6th, 2014

Did I say electric car? I meant to say hybrid car, a not-so-hot Chevy Volt. 

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I wouldn’t have the stones to park like this every fucking day.

But somebody does!

Corvette Summer, 94117 – The Fastest Way to Get Around SF is in a Brand-New Corvette with Free Parking Privileges

Friday, August 1st, 2014

See? Cause when you get to your destination, you want to park right away, right?

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The Exact Wrong Way to Build a 15-Passenger Van – What GM Did Right and What Ford and Chrysler Did Wrong

Friday, June 27th, 2014

Here’s an old Chrysler van. Can you see the rear extension they simply tacked on to the end of the thing? See how they left the wheels in the same place as on the shorter 12-passenger version?

Bad form – a half-assed design on the cheap:

Check it:

The Ford design was to lengthen the body over the same frame as smaller vehicles. GM  increased the wheelbase. Safety experts feel the GM approach is the safer design.

And:

Passenger vans (Econoline Wagons/Club Wagons) could seat between two and 12 passengers, depending on the number of seats installed; standard-length wagons typically held two bench seats behind the driver. In 1978, a 15-passenger “Super Wagon” was introduced on the same wheelbase as the standard-length van, using a body extension added to the rear of the vehicle.

At the very least, you should load up people from the front on these rigs.

At the very least…

Many San Francisco Cars Prevented from Parking on Lincoln Out in the Sunset: “NO PARKING VEHICLES OVER 6′ HIGH” Signs

Friday, June 20th, 2014

So this sign is a real thing but I don’t know what its purpose is.

It would appear to prevent something like Mayor Gavin Newsom’s old Chevy Tahoe SUV from parking on Lincoln:

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A mystery

God Bless America, San Mateo County

Friday, May 16th, 2014

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If Bob Dylan and Cyndi Lauper Drove Up Haight Street in a Beat Up Corvair Convertible…

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

…it would look a little like this.

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